Full-spectrum dominance is an overarching feature of the United States (US) Department of Defense's Joint Vision 2020, referring to the ability of US forces to confront, engage, and defeat adversaries in the twenty-first-century security environment along or in tandem with military partners and allies. It can be assumed that conventional forces provide the basis for US preparation and readiness regarding predicted and unpredicted wars and the general application of American power in the global commons. Although warfare has been practiced and has changed over the course of human history, many of the changes that have taken place and subsequent demands placed upon militaries worldwide have occurred in recent years, such as the rise of unmanned systems, cyber technology, and an increasing digitalization of conflict. The concept of full-spectrum dominance is about the ability of the US to project its military capabilities toward any type of enemy that presents a threat to US national security or interests abroad.